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  • Dala’il al-Khayrat: Prayer Manuscripts From The 16th To 19th Centuries

    RM98.00

    Summary:

    In conjunction with the “Dala’il al-Khayrat: Prayer Manuscripts From The 16th To 19th Centuries” exhibition, IAMM is proud to announce the latest addition of its publications that will enhance the experience and knowledge about these celebrated manuscripts from the Islamic Word. Featuring more than 100 artefacts from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, the catalogue unveils the beauty and intricacy of the pages of Dala’il al-Khayrat and other related artefacts. The collection highlights Dala’il al-Khayrat copies from its native land, Morocco to as far as East Turkistan and China. Dala’il al-Khayrat has inspired calligraphers, illuminators and painters of court ateliers in producing  sumptuous illustrated and illuminated manuscripts. These manuscripts reveals the history and the diverse art form of the Islamic World. The catalogue, which measures 26cm (W) x 29cm (H), offers 180 pages of informative contents about one of the most important manuscript in the Islamic world.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2016
    Pages: 180
    Weight: 1.5kg
    Product Dimensions: 26cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-12-2

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  • Symbols Of Power And Beauty: The Collection Of The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

    RM120.00

    Summary:

    Islamic Arms and Armour, being part of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia collection, represents the finest and most exquisite form of art produced in the Islamic world. Despite popular misconception, many of this weaponry were not mainly produced for battles or warfare. They are, in fact, primarily produced as expressions of social status, accessories in ceremonial gatherings and as diplomatic gifts. Furthermore, their decorations reflect the finest workmanship in gemstone setting, intricate calligraphic inscription with gold and silver inlay, as well as in the art of metallurgy. These arms and armour, being the pride of the society, were always portrayed in major epic stories in addition to miniature paintings. The miniature paintings highlight the beauty and effectiveness of Islamic arms, illustrating the tactics and strategies that attest to the pre-eminence of Muslim warfare.

    Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is publishing a catalogue of over 200 objects of arms and armour entitled “Symbol of Power and Beauty: The collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia”. The artefacts included in this catalogue reflect the arms and armour from around the Islamic dynasties, beautified with elaborate miniature paintings. The catalogue, which measures 24cm (W) x 29cm (H), offers around 220 pages of stimulating journey through the history and culture of the Islamic world.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2015
    Pages: 220
    Weight: 1.65kg
    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2.5cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-11-5

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  • Islamic Bookbinding

    RM145.00

    Summary:

    Islamic Bookbinding is dedicated to highlight the development of the binding tradition in the Islamic world. Over 70 bindings from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia are analysed and presented within their historical context. Bindings made of leather, lacquer and textile, gilded or blind tooled or exquisitely painted form the catalogue section of this publication. Moreover, the catalogue take a comprehensive look into the bookbinding technique discuss the stitching process, the preparation of the binding and its doublure, and flap. The catalogue also explores the art of bookbinding from around the Islamic world, spanning geographically from the Maghreb and moving eastward to cover the Malay world and China, and covering the various practices and decorative repertoire of binding known to Islamic dynasties such as the Mamluk, Ottoman, Safavid and Qajar.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2017
    Pages: 204
    Weight: 1.7kg
    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-14-6

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  • Mosques of the United States of America: The Dar Al Islam Mosque and Complex In Abiquiu, New Mexico

    RM25.00

    Summary:

    This publication, in general is to provide an overview of the history of mosque architecture in the United States of America with a particular emphasis on the Dar al Islam mosque in Abiquiu, New Mexico. It will briefly introduce early types of mosque structures in the US, leading into the 20th and 21st century. The Dar al Islam mosque will be described in detail from the aspect of its development from the initial conception, construction methods, function and current status. The publication will then provide a background of the architect, Hassan Fathy and his contribution to Islamic Architecture as reflected through his last mosque project, the Dar al Islam mosque. This publication, which will consist of around 80 pages, will be accompanied by line drawings, architectural plans, photographs both in black and white and full colour.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2014
    Pages: 79
    Weight: 90g
    Product Dimensions: 26.5cm x 1cm x 29.5cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-07-8

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  • Al-Qur’an: The Sacred Art of Revelation (VOL.II)

    RM245.00

    Summary:

    Al-Qur’an: The Sacred Art of Revelation displays 74 outstanding Mushafs from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia. They range in time from the 8th up to the 20th century covering the major production centres within the various cities of the Islamic civilisations. Included in this catalogue are rare and ourstanding manuscripts as those produced by master calligraphers of the time, Yaqut al-Musta‘simi, Hafiz Osman and Ahmad al-Nayrizi. The beauty of these Mushafs lies mainly on its content and meaning, embellished by their designs and styles of writing.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2014
    Pages: 376
    Weight: 2.7kg
    Product Dimensions: 24.5cm x 3cm x 30cm
    Product Code: ISBN 978-983-2591-09-2 volume II

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  • Tradition and Continuity: Woven and Decorated Textiles of the Malay Peninsula

    RM98.00

    Summary:

    Sumptuous textiles have always held special significance in Malay culture, as they uphold long-standing traditions and play central roles in ceremony and ritual. Much has also been said of their beauty and intricacy, which attest to the meticulous skill and virtuosity of Malay artisans. Hand-woven fabrics, like limar, songket and tenun, as well as decorated ones like kelingkan, tekat and telepuk reflect how Malay culture has developed through interactions between local weavers and the outside world. The fact that their form, function and soul have always contained elements of modernity has helped make them competitive and relevant until today.

     

    Author: Adline Abdul Ghani and Ros Mahwati Ahmad Zakaria
    Year Published: 2013
    Pages: 192
    Weight: 1.6kg
    Product Dimensions: 26cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-03-0

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  • Garis Masa Peradaban Islam

    RM25.00

    Summary:

    Buku ini megandungi maklumat ringkas mengenai peradaban Islam dari zaman Khalifah al-Rashidun sehinggalah abad ke 20 Masihi. Ia turut merangkumi sejarah perkembangan dunia Islam yang terbentang dari Semenanjung Iberia hinggalah ke Asia Tenggara. Buku ini merupakan sebuah rujukan mudah bagi para pelajar sejarah dan seni Islam serta sesiapa sahaja yang berminat mengenainya. Buku ini dilengkapi dengan ilustrasi seni pelabagai media seperti manuskrip, seramik, barang kemas, kerja kayu dan kerja logam dari koleksi Muzium Kesenian Islam Malaysia.

     

    Author: Dr Heba Nayel Barakat
    Year Published: 2013
    Pages: 62
    Weight: 40g
    Product Dimensions: 16cm x 1cm x 20cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-04-7

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  • The Timeline of Islamic Civilisations: Featuring the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

    RM25.00

    Summary:

    The Timeline of Islamic Civilisations (featuring the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia), provides a brief overview of Islamic civilisations from the time of the Orthodox Caliphate, up to the 20th century AD. It also encompasses the geographical expanse of the Islamic World, which extends from the Iberian Peninsula to Southeast Asia. As a quick and helpful reference for both newcomers to Islamic art and history, as well as established enthusiasts, the timeline is illustrated with works of art in various media, including manuscripts, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork and metalwork all from the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia collection.

     

    Author: Dr Heba Nayel Barakat
    Year Published: 2012
    Pages: 62
    Weight: 40g
    Product Dimensions: 16cm x 1cm x 20cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-02-3

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